David Yeo, EPSA  


Reflection by David Yeo, EPSA

September 2021 - Reflection

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Data :- ISO 100, f11, speed :- 1/200


8 comments posted




Stephen Levitas   Stephen Levitas
(Group 32)
Pleasant shot.
What is it? Where is it? How did you get there? How did you feel visiting this place?   Posted: 09/07/2021 22:36:04
David Yeo   David Yeo
Is a reflection of a building & is somewhere in a rural area in Vietnam. I find it very interesting when I look at it so I started taking out my Nikon D750 to shoot at it. Isn't a unique shot? Thanks for your comments.   Posted: 09/08/2021 08:36:18



Lori Azevedo
Oh my that is a very interesting building. Engineering crazy. I like that you left the water alone and kept the ripple and leaves. Keeping it real.   Posted: 09/10/2021 15:39:09



Donna Sturla   Donna Sturla
Yes, really nice image, fascinating building !

I'd take out some of the sky and water, make it more of a panorama. The reflection would be more noticeable, too. Just some ideas -   Posted: 09/12/2021 03:56:57
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Rich Krebs   Rich Krebs
Interesting image. I do not see the typical windows and not sure why it looks like it is on its side.   Posted: 09/18/2021 01:22:23



Diana Duffey   Diana Duffey
David, you always post such interesting images. Great reflection. This building is very interesting... I wonder if it is a museum. Donna gave you some nice suggestions.   Posted: 09/18/2021 13:30:13
David Yeo   David Yeo
Diana, I am not to sure if it is a building, for me when I travel when I see interesting subject, I will just pick up my camera & with my quick imagination, I will compose in my brain & start taking the image. For Donna suggestion I don't see in my computer it is very noticeable - it's bit different from my original file from what I want the building & the water reflection. Thank you for your comment & Donnia too.   Posted: 09/18/2021 19:45:32



Mark Aksoy   Mark Aksoy
A very interesting architectural image! The reflection helps to make it a more symmetrical structure. I also agree that cropping down from the top to make more of a panorama would strengthen the image. And I can't help thinking - if there are offices in that "building", working there must be quite a disorienting experience ;-) !   Posted: 09/24/2021 16:36:43



 

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